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TitlePlan of an enclosed Battery for Eight Guns, proposed to be build on the Public Lands on James Island, near the Place of the old Fort Johnston, 1787
CollectionsCivil War Era Maps
TranscriptionPresented by Mr. Miles, Architect of the Public Buildings. January 30 1840, The Land belonging to Fort Johnson is accounted 89 1/2 Acres high Land exclusive of the Fort agreable to a Survey of the 28th of June 1775. by Benj Lord D. Surv. At the Request of the Commisioners of Fortifications. The Division Lines between said Land and that belonging to the Heirs of Ths. Lambol Esq.s were run as agreed upon by Colonel Robert Howarth Commander of Fort Johnson and Hopkin Price Esq.s two of said Commisioners on the one Part, and the Executors of Ths. Lambol Esq.s on the other Part, both Parties being present. Furnished by the War Department to the City Council of Charleston, S.C.
LocationsJames Island, Charleston County, South Carolina, United States(32.72768,-79.95565)
Mediumarchitectural drawings (visual works); maps (documents)
Item Location Fort Sumter NM/Charles Pinckney NHS Curatorial Storage Facility, located at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Box FOSU Batch 4 Map Box 4
Held By Fort Sumter National Monument
Rights No known restrictions.